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  • Outridge
    2016
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Pitcher
    2016
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Buoy
    2014
    ceramic

    sold

  • Traipse
    2014
    ceramic

    sold

  • Baffle
    2014
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Scope
    2014
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Slide
    2014
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Outflow
    2012
    ceramic

    sold

  • Cave
    2012
    ceramic

    sold

  • Runnell
    2012
    ceramic

    sold

  • Watershed
    2012
    ceramic

    sold

  • Weir
    2012
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Influx
    2012
    ceramic

    sold

  • Float
    2012
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Standpipe
    2012
    ceramic

    price on request

  • Chute
    2012
    ceramic

    price on request
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Alison Britton

Alison Britton is a leading British potter with an international reputation. A significant figure among the generation of innovative British ceramicists that emerged during the 1970s, her distinctive hand-built and expressively painted pots can be found in major public and private collections internationally including the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, Royal Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, and Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris. She trained at the Central School of Art & Design and the Royal College of Art, London, and is widely recognized for her work as a curator, writer and lecturer.

Britton was awarded an OBE in 1990 in recognition of her services to the applied arts, and she is a senior tutor at the Royal College of Art. In 2013 she published Seeing Things (Occasional Papers), a book of collected writings.

Please follow this link to view a list of works from Britton's current retrospective exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum V&A, Alison Britton: Content and Form



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